MG Motor India provides Hector to A. D. Patel Institute of Technology, CVM University to bridge the gap between industry and academia. Aligned with MG Nurture program and in line with MG’s vision of CASE mobility, the initiative will foster skill development of students and make them job-ready.
Speaking about the association, Mr. Ravi Mittal, Director – Manufacturing, MG Motor India, said, “We are committed to equipping the current generation of students with skills that will be relevant in the mobility segment of tomorrow. We are delighted to partner with ADIT, Vidhyanagar and are confident that this initiative will bring significant value to the college students and prepare them for futurejob opportunity.”
The donation of Hector (India’s first internet SUV) aims to provide an opportunity for students of ADIT to learnmodern vehicle technology in detail. It will further help inpracticalknowledge of automobile engineering courses offered in the curriculumand cement a better understanding in students. The vehicle will also be a notable addition to masteringthe fundamentals and nomenclatures of modern vehicle technology.
Speaking about the partnership with MG Motor India, Dr Vishal Singh, Principal, ADIT said, “We are honored by the collaborationwith MGas it will give our students animmersivelearning experience invehicle mechanics and latest technology. This initiative will promote skill development and empower students with first-hand knowledge of major automotive systems.”
Apart from this, faculties from around the country participating in the faculty development program (organized by the automobile engineering department) can thoroughly examine the vehicle to get deeper insights about systems and sub-systems of modern vehicles